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Halloween candy versus easter candy

Updated on July 10, 2014

Halloween Candy versus Easter Candy

Both Halloween and Easter are great holidays for scoring massive amounts of candy. But which is your favorite holiday? I know there are lots of things that go into making one holiday better than another. I also understand that Easter is a religious holiday and that it is not relevant to the entire Squidoo audience, but bear with me here and let's have a little fun.

Your job is to think about this as a candy purist. Feel free to use your own standards to judge and post your opinion, but which holiday, Halloween or Easter, is better for scoring candy?

Which holiday are you more likely to score more candy?

Do you get any candy from one holiday that you can't get at the other holiday?

Is the quality of one type of candy better than the other?

Feel free to add your own criteria, but at the end of the day--the world needs to know once and for all, which holiday produces the best candy opportunity?

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      A toothbrush. What kind of loser does that? If you're a dentist, here's my word of advice: hand out real CANDY on Halloween or stay out of it. Or you just might get your house egged by angry trick or treaters.

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